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Transcript of Methamphetamine
Methamphetamine or Meth, is a powerful, highly addictive, Schedule II stimulant that is made from amphetamine and cooked with chemicals that affect the central nervous system.
By Nick Barron
Meth was developed in the early 20th century from amphetamine
Was used in nasal decongestants and bronchial inhalers
What's the difference?
Meth increases activity and talkativeness, decreases appetite, and a pleasurable sense of euphoria
Longer Lasting than amphetamine
Gets into the brain; makes more potent stimulent
Bitter-tasting crystalline powder
Dissolves easily in water or alcohol
Corner-cut plastic bags
Hollowed out ink pens/half straws (for snorting)
Fact: The average age of Meth users is 19.7
Ingestion and Administration
Rarely prescribed and far lower doses than typically abused.
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Colorimetric, meaning the test will indicate that the suspected substance is present or not present by changing color.